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" And list to my relation : This is the day, mark what I say, Tends to your renovation . Stay not among the Wicked, Lest that with them you perish, But let us to New-England go, And the Pagan People cherish ; Thenfor the truths sake come along, come along,... "
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Historical Memorials Relating to the Independents Or ..., Volume 2

Benjamin Hanbury - 1841
...1661. 1662." 12mo. 2 parts, pp. 576. p. 1. "THE ZEALOUS PURITAN. 1639. " My Brethren all, attend ye! And list to my relation ; This is the day, — mark what I »ay, Tends to your renovation. Stay not among the wicked, Lest that here, with them, you perish ;...
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Historical Memorials Relating to the Independents Or ..., Volume 2

Benjamin Hanbury - 1841
...1661. 1662." 12mo. 2 pan*, pp. 576. p. 1. "THE ZEALOUS PURITAN. 1639. " My Brethren all, attend ye ! And list to my relation ; This is the day, — mark...your renovation. Stay not among the wicked, Lest that here, with them, you perish j But let us to— New-England go, And the Pagan people cherish. Then for...
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Historical memorials relating to the Independents, or ..., Volume 2

Benjamin Hanbury - 1841
...2 part«, pp. 576. p. 1. «THE ZEALOUS PURITAN. 1639. " My Brethren all, attend yet And list to rny relation ; This is the day, — mark what I say, Tends...your renovation. Stay not among the wicked. Lest that here, with them, you perish ; But let us to — New-England go, And the Pagan people cherish. Then...
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The Ecclesiastical History of New England: Comprising Not Only ..., Volume 1

Joseph Barlow Felt - 1855
...Puritan, 1639." From these we have the following lines as a sample : — "My brethren all, attend 'ye! And list to my relation. This is the day — mark...your renovation. Stay not among the wicked, Lest that here, with them, you perish : But lot us to — New England go. And the pncnn people cherish." 892...
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The Life of John Milton: Narrated in Connexion with the Political ..., Volume 2

David Masson - 1871
...English Puritan supposed to be addressing his neighbours : — My brethren all, attend ye, And Hat to my relation ; This is the day, mark what I say,...your renovation. Stay not among the wicked, Lest that here with them you perish ; But let us to New England go, And the Pagan people cherish. Then for Truth's...
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The Life of John Milton: 1638-1643

1871
...English Puritan supposed to be addressing his neighbours : — My brethren all, attend ye, And lint to my relation; This is the day, mark what I say,...your renovation. Stay not among the wicked, Lest that here with them you perish ; But let us to New England go, And the Pagan people cherish. Then for Truth's...
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Merry Drollery Compleat Being Jovial Poems, Merry Songs, &c

Joseph Woodfall Ebsworth - 1875 - 408 pages
...curse all your Silver and Gold, Aw the worst tale that ever was told. The Zealous Puritan. MY Bretheren all attend, And list to my relation : This is the...us to New-England go, And the Pagan People cherish ; Then for the truths sake come along, come along, Leave this place of Superstition : Were it not for...
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The Bagford Ballads: Illustrating the Last Years of the Stuarts, Part 2

Joseph Woodfall Ebsworth - 1878 - 1131 pages
...pretence, Since a/I shall be nothing a hundred yean hence. ˆ&e Ctualers' jfaretoell to Cnglanu. " Stay not among the Wicked, Lest that with them you...us to New-England go, And the pagan people cherish. Then, for the Truth's sake, come along, Leave this place of Superstitinn ; Were it not for we, that...
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The English Literatures of America, 1500-1800

WARNER - 1997 - 1118 pages
...registered for publication in 1638 under the title given here, which is more appropriate to the poem. nd interfering interests forms the principal task...mercantile interest, a monied interest, with many lesser i Then for the truths sake come along, come along, Leave this place of Superstition: Were it not for...
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